A Season To Wed:
Three Winter Love Stories
by Rachel Hauck, Cindy Kirk & Cheryl Wyatt
-From the back cover-
Love At Mistletoe Inn by Cindy Kirk
Sometimes the road to happiness is paved with youthful mistakes.
Ten Years after what she thought was her almost-wedding, Hope Prentiss discovers that the ceremony counted – and, as fate would have it, the jilted John Burke has just ridden back into town. After spending some time with John and helping plan a Christmas wedding for a mystery couple. Hope begins to wonder if she really wants a divorce . . . or a real wedding of her own.
A Brush With Love by Rachel Hauck
Revealing the beauty in other women might be Ginger Winters' specialty – but it will take an unexpected kind of love to help Ginger see the beauty in herself.
Ginger Winters will be the “beauty-maker” for the Alabama society wedding of the decade. But when high-school crush Tom Wells shows up looking for a haircut, Ginger's thinly veiled insecurities threaten to keep her from love once again . . . despite Tom's best efforts.
Serving Up A Sweetheart by Cheryl Wyatt
Meadow knows how to serve delicious food to match any wedding theme. But can she accept love when it's served up on a silver platter?
Meadow Larson is having the mother of all Mondays when her roof caves in during a blizzard, right before the most important wedding contract of her career. Renovation contractor Colin McGrath offers to fix Meadow's roof, even though he knows he is the last person she would accept help from.
But the more Meadow gets to know the new Colin, the more she realizes God may have something more permanent in store than a new catering kitchen.
This Book received a 4 Bark rating.
Wedding stories are not usually my cup of tea, minus a few wonderful exceptions, but I picked up A Season To Wed because I'm a fan of Cheryl Wyatt's and also because I've been wanting to try Rachel Hauck. Cindy Kirk was also a new author to me.
These three stories are sweet and even a little sassy tales of second chances at romance a decade later. But these stories are about more than romance, they are also about the messiness of life and how God takes those messes, that we ourselves make and those caused by others, and makes something special out of them, and these stories are about forgiveness.
I enjoyed all three stories but have to say that I think it was Ginger's story (A Brush With Love) that resonated the most with me. At times we all struggle with feelings of unworthiness and invisibility.
A Season To Wed was a nice break from the murder and mayhem that I usually read. Three stories from three very talented authors are a must read for fans of romance and weddings. A little humor and some poignant moments only add the the flavor of this confection from Rachel Hauck, Cindy Kirk, and Cheryl Wyatt.
Tell Tale Book Reviews gives A Season To Wed by Rachel Hauck, Cindy Kirk, & Cheryl Wyatt a 4 Bark rating.